What's the difference between "falsely accused" and "wrongly accused"?
well i cogitate both are in a "unfortunatelly" judgment, even though are or not in blame.
Never really thought give or take a few that. I guess falsely accused would mean accuse by someone who knew it was the wrong person, whereas wrongly accuse would mean the accuser didn't know she or he had the wrong person.
False - not true or correct wrongly or wrong - not in accordance with what is morally right or good
I would think of someone manifestly accused by someone who knew of his innocence as being deceptively accused. I would think of someone mistakenly identified by a witness as being wrongly accuse.
Falsely mode by mistake. Wrongly means it was intentional
Falsely accused...deliberate, as in a false blame. Wrongfully accused, a mistake, as in mistaken identity.
FALSELY ACCUSED IS WHEN A VICTIM GIVES THE WRONG INFORMATION KNOWINGLY: DA & INVESTIGATORS USUALLY DO THAT A LOT: WRONGFULLY ACCUSED , WOULD MEAN THE STATE USED THE EX-POST FACTO LAWS , MEANING , THE CRIME WAS MADE MORE EVIL THAN WHAT IT WAS BY THE MISINTERPRETATION AND CONCEPTION OF THEIR STATUTES AND LAWS. Speedy